Marketplace Morning Report
Start your day with an up-to-the-minute report on the world of business and finance with host David Brancaccio.
Airing on Tuesday, September 1, 2015: On today's show, global markets react as China's manufacturing contracts; why medical debt collectors are up in arms over a recent FCC ruling; and the tricks of the trade of luxury real estate brokers.
Airing on Monday, August 31, 2015: On today's how, we'll talk about the factors at play in a decision on interest rates; the pros and cons of ETFs; and the boom in business behind movie trailers.
Airing on Friday, August 28, 2015: The hallmark of Wall Street activity this week has been volatility. And that’s what most investment managers say we can expect more of going forward. Why is that? what does that mean for us ordinary Americans? We explore. Plus, a conversation with the president of Cadillac on the company’s decision to move its global headquarters to New York City and how it plans to keep up with the rate of change in the luxury market landscape.
Airing on Thursday, August 27, 2015: What recent market volatility means for the stewards of the Federal Reserve descending on Jackson Hole, Wyoming this week for their annual retreat. China cracks down on warehouse executives at the center of the Tianjin explosion. Plus, a conversation about urban planning in New Orleans and how the city's innovative approach to parking reduces congestion and creates more opportunities for local businesses.
Airing on Wednesday, August 26, 2015: On today's show, recent volatility reveals problems in the new way Wall Street handles trades. Plus, a look at a growing trend in London where low-income residents are feeling pushed out by developers building luxury flats.
Airing on Tuesday, August 25, 2015: The latest on China's move to cut interest rates to quell the market plunge. As stocks tumble, there is one number that’s going up — the price of your home. Plus, with Best Buy's earnings report, we look at its turnaround campaign, which includes moving to private-label electronics.